Here is your Top 10 All time Favorite #Foodie Movie Scenes

If I wasn’t sure, I am now. We are so Passionate about our Food!  Who would have ever thought that asking the question…What is the greatest movie made with food in it?… would bring about 2 days of non-stop Twitter streaming!  I have to tell you, it was the funnest two days I have had on Twitter.  And I have had lots of fun on Twitter before!

Accordingly to my Twitter Followers, here are the Top Ten All Time Favorite Food Movie Scenes.  Just click on the name and you can view the scene.

1. BIG NIGHT …..“Mangia”


3. JULIE AND JULIA “What is it that you really like to do?….Eat!…and you are so good at it!” I could so relate!

4. RATATOUILLE “Ratatouille…you must be kidding!”

5. CHOCOLAT “To awaken the passion”

6. BABETTE’S FEAST “The best turtle Soup”

7. EAT PRAY LOVE….”He’s in the room with a naked girl…He’s won the Lottery!”

8. TORTILLA SOUP ….”What happened to we honor dinner time?”

9. ANIMAL HOUSE …. “That Boy is a P-I-G PIG!”

10. WHEN HARRY MET SALLY … “I want what she had”

Although I loved most of the movies above my two Favorite Movie Food scenes were not mentioned… not even once! I was so surprised.

11. MYSTIC PIZZA ….“Men!”

12. MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING … “He don’t eat no meat?”

Anyone that follows my blog can guess why these two movies are my favorites!

Did we miss any?  What’s your favorite Movie scene featuring food?


5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Jacqueline Rizk (@TheOrganicBlond)
    Oct 21, 2011 @ 14:06:20

    I can’t remember the line but the move “No Reservations” has some great scenes.


  2. Daddy Knows Less
    Oct 22, 2011 @ 00:45:12

    I’m stunned the prison scene from GoodFellas didn’t make it. I demand a recount! They made gravy in prison! They had scotch!


    • Family Foodie
      Oct 22, 2011 @ 03:22:29

      You took the words right out of my husbands mouth! Good Fellas got a hand full of mentions …. but it didn’t make the cut! But honestly, how great was that scene? Not only did they make gravy and have scotch…c’mon they had scotch!


  3. Michelle
    Oct 24, 2011 @ 05:22:31

    Please do not forget Babette’s Feast! Exquisite film.


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